Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell in Sydney’s Catholic Schools

When the topic of religious exemptions from anti-discrimination laws comes up, some people will argue... Read More

Were Croatian Events Extreme? What Is the Definition of “Extreme”?

Four days ago, we posted about two protests about Catholic involvement in marriage equality–one for... Read More

Catholic Anti-Equality Protesters March in Paris, Fail to Reverse French Government’s Plans

Nearly a half million opponents of equality in France marched last weekend to voice their... Read More

Transgender Teacher Sues Catholic School Over Firing

A transgender teacher is suing a Catholic high school in Queens, New York, saying that... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Responses to LGBT Decisions at UND and CUA

Administrators at the University of Notre Dame (UND) and The Catholic University of America (CUA)... Read More

The Best of 2012 in Catholic LGBT News

Yesterday, we posted our list of the worst of 2012 in Catholic LGBT news.  Today,... Read More

The Worst of 2012 in Catholic LGBT News

As the year 2012 winds to a close, it’s time to review the news of... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: Marquette University Reflects on Ups and Downs of LGBTQ Student Relations

A recent profile on the state of LGBTQ relations at Marquette University, a Jesuit institution... Read More

CAMPUS CHRONICLES: The Catholic University of America Rejects LGBTQ Student Group

The Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C. rejected a proposed LGBTQ student organization last... Read More

Catholic Columnist Urges Church to Rethink Homosexuality Teaching in Wake of University Decision

Michael Sean Winters, a columnist at National Catholic Reporter, recently wrote on the failing nature... Read More